REVIEW: Cherie M Hudson’s ‘Unforgettable’
Cherie M Hudson
My name is Brendon Osmond. I’m a 25 year old post-graduate student who knows three things with absolute conviction. I know damn near everything there is to know about keeping in peak physical shape. I have a plan to make a lot of money from that knowledge. I’m an optimist who’s not easily rattled. But then the girl I fell in love with almost two years ago texts me out of the blue and everything I know is thrown out the window.
Am I rattled?
Not until I fly to the other side of the world and discover the girl I fell for has kept a very big secret from me.
A secret that mocks all my knowledge of the human body and how to keep it healthy.
A secret that shatters my plans for my own personal training business.
A secret with my eyes.
A secret who needs me more than I can comprehend.
Ask me again if I’m rattled.
Now ask me if I’m still in love.
Perfect for fans of The Fault in Our Stars and Nicholas Sparks, Unforgettable is the second book in the Always series that began with Unconditional.
What AusRom Today thought:
Three words to describe Unforgettable: emotional freaking rollercoaster!
Unforgettable is told from Brendon point-of-view and done so exceptionally well. His ‘voice’ was surprisingly relatable and easy to read, a testament to Hudson’s writing abilities.
Amanda was a beautifully flawed character, a contradictory statement but I say it in the sense that although she was a heartbreaker you could see that many of her decisions were made with her trying to do her best (and sometimes missing the mark). Yes, some of it was deceitful but not in a vindictive way rather in a doing-the-best-in-a-difficult-situation way.
There’s a risk of me spoiling the story by elaborating any further in detail but suffice to say: Brendon and Amanda split up, he is heartbroken and trying to move on with his life when she calls and tells him she needs help. Brendon being Brendon jumps on a plane to the US and is met with a life-changing and heart-wrenching dilemma.
This is where it becomes evident just why Hudson chose to tell this story from Brendon’s POV. We’re given front-row seats to his shock, emotions, and to an extent grief. It’s also important to have tissues at the ready by this point!
The story itself is a serious one dealing with difficult situations however there are some lighthearted moments and as you expect from Hudson some sensual moments as well.
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